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Complete with the missing verbs.

You didn't_phone (phone) George, did you?
Open (open) the window, will you?
You aren't_planning (plan) to visit your friend on your own, are you?
Tajča was_writing (write) the essay all night, wasn't she?
You didn't_buy (buy) a new computer game, did you?
It is (be) sunny outside, isn't it?
You can_contact (contact) the agency yourself, can't you?
You were (be) with him at the time, weren't you?

Sabrina is 15 years old. Choose the reason why she can't be treated as a grown-up person yet.

She always wants her mum to accompany her when shopping. {not_independent_enough;not_mature_enough;not_responsible_enough}
If someone talks about his or her problem, she starts laughing. {not_mature_enough;not_responsible_enough;not_independent_enough}
If she is home alone with her baby brother, she forgets about him and goes to the cinema. {not_responsible_enough;not_mature_enough;not_independent_enough}
She has to be reminded to do her homework and won't study without her mum helping her. {not_independent_enough;not_mature_enough;not_responsible_enough}

Pick when or while to complete the sentences.

I dropped the key just {when;while} I wanted to unlock the door.
{While;When} you were sleeping, I saw a good movie.
She was booking her trip {when;while} we phoned her.
Leave me alone {while;when} I am studying!
Luka was still packing {when;while} his friend came to take him to the airport.
Luckily, you arrived just {when;while} my father started to discuss my bad grades with me.
Please don't walk on the floor {while;when} I'm cleaning it. It's still wet.
He was writing his travel checklist {when;while} his mother called him for lunch.
She was making him some coffee {when;while} he hell asleep.
Jana rushed into the room {while;when} her brother was vacuuming it.

Complete the statements from the text with the missing question tags. Record yourself reading them aloud with rising and falling intonation and explain the difference in meaning. Write short answers in your notebook.

Becoming a grown-up person involves being independent, doesn't_it ?
Let's practice talking in English, shall_we ?
An important life skill is to be able to open bank accounts, isn't_it ?
You don't spend nights studying, do_you ?
Teenagers should learn to use public transportation, shouldn't_they ?
You don't need your parents to clean your room, do_you ?
If I have decided what tasks lead to my goal, I'll reach it easier, won't_I ?
Don't leave me alone. I'm your best friend, aren't_I ?